simulation and modeling - in short
Advanced Simulation and Modeling bring you data-driven decision making
We provide valuable insights on critical product features through advanced simulations, while lowering risk and enabling faster time-to-market.
simulation and modeling
Whether your organization needs a single of our competences or the entire range, we are here to help you.
simulation and modeling - the long read
How can Simulation & Modeling be applied to development of devices?
You can gain early insights and understand the inner workings and performance of your MedTech device at any stage of the development project.
Technolution provides full simulation management solutions, meshing with your organization’s development functions.
We offer simulation of simple mechanisms to building high-fidelity digital twins by leveraging our expertise on MedTech devices, materials, mechanics, and Test & Verification when performing Finite Element Method (FEM) simulations.
Can I lower costs and improve innovation?
Save time and cost by leveraging FEM simulations throughout your development project – from early concept selection to detailed product performance testing.
Simulations not only help catching the problems before they occur, otherwise resulting in failed tests, but also enables wider exploration of potential solutions – both when designing the product, as well as for mitigation of found issues.
In short, save resources on expensive prototyping whilst finding the most innovative and reliable solutions.
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Do you want to know more or didn’t you find what you were looking for?
As Head of Simulation and Modeling, Alexandre, also called ‘Sandro’, will be pleased to receive your enquiry.
What we do
We have ten areas of expertise that take you from A-Z
Whether you need a single competence or any combination of skills, our experts are ready to assist you through the entire development process. Based on the specific needs of the project, we assemble the ideal team of specialists.
Cases you might be interested in:
Will a medical device break apart when dropped onto a concrete floor? Does the device remain safe and functional if stored for years on a shelf before reaching the patient?
Early product insights and fewer physical tests are some of the benefits of using Design of Experiments in medical device development.